Super 8 Youngstown / Austintown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... NY and had a wonderful lunch along the shore of Lake Erie. The water was a beautiful blue/green color and an old stone lighthouse was a short distance away. Did I mention the shipwreck?
Passing through Pennsylvania and New York, the grapes were ready for picking and the 'cow' corn was being harvested.
Today's mileage: 288 = 712 total. 16.5 mpg
... along the side of the road (on the left of course) while standing on a platform between the wheels. Our hosts dropped us off at a quaint little watering hole called the Old Firehouse Winery. We didn't indulge in the wine, just had a couple of bottles of standard beer. Seemed like a nice place though. Our hosts returned after an hour or so, and as we were leaving, a band was setting up for some Sunday afternoon music. On the drive home, travelled along the beside the Ohio River, and ...
In Youngstown Ohio. 690 miles today another 11 hours in saddle. Chicago is just nasty period. I heard a poll before we left on trip that NJ was top state that if it went away no one would mind, I really think it should be Illlinois! The only thing is they have a Sweet Tomatoes!!!! Yeah, that is a salad bar place us WCV'ers go to in Orlando and they rock! Eat your heart out Terry!!!!! LOL Restaurant attached to hotel has best food so far on ...
... Debbie also a keen traveller. There was also Mike? (apologies if I got that wrong) and his wife, and daughter Erin. They are keen real estate acquirers of old houses. They love to renovate them for resale, doing most of the work themselves. Sunday we headed off to Cleveland to the Cleveland Indians stadium where they were hosting the Chicago White Sox. To someone like me, brought up on baseball as a kid, that was a fantastic experience. The game itself was ...
It's a pretty long drive from home to Youngstown; took us about 8 hours, including stops. Arrived in plenty of time to rest up a bit, though, before heading out to the ballgame. This week's fare: A-Ball. The game was between the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) and the Brooklyn Cyclones (or BKLYN, as they spell it on their jerseys--Class A affiliate of the New York Mets). You may recall that ...